Adriana Lima debuts Fantasy bra

Last updated 12:18 21/10/2010
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EYE CATCHING: Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima shows off the $2 million Bombshell fantasy bra at Victoria's Secret Soho store in New York.

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Adriana Lima has debuted the US$2 million diamond-encrusted bra she will wear at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show during an instore appearance.

The brunette has been a Victoria's Secret model for the past decade, but has spent some time away from posing in luxurious underwear recently after giving birth to her first child, 11-month-old Valentina.

The yearly show is renowned for the lavish outfits sported by the models, with Adriana in line to wear the famous Victoria's Secret Fantasy Bra this time round.

The piece of underwear is called the Bombshell in 2010 and includes 2000 diamonds and costs $2 million.

Lima sported the bra at Victoria's Secret SoHo store, wearing it underneath a Marilyn Monroe-style dress.

The luxury undergarment was designed by Italian jeweller Damiani, with Adriana looking forward to wearing it during the November 30 show.

The model married her husband Serbian basketball player Marko Jarić in a civil ceremony last February, and gave birth to Valentina the following November.

The baby was born prematurely because Adriana suffered preeclampsia and the 29-year-old has made sure to take her time returning to her stage.

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